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Dec 9, 2010 - Pangkor #2

Have spent the last two days beaching, hanging out at the hotel, checking out the town, eating, sleeping reading... been indulging in the laziness of this small, very beautiful island. I am staying at a great guest house Narzi Nipah Camp. It has a quaint little reggae bar and a great common area so everyone hangs out in the evenings and there are all different nationalities and all really great people. I am here with Meg and Greg from the UK. Meg finishes her trip in a week, home for christmas and Greg is on to New Zealand. Amanda and Zac...

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Gem of the World

Dec 7, 2010 - Pangkor

I have finally become a morning person!The time different between Malaysia and Australia has made it that I woke up this morning at 6am! (10am Australian time) none the less Im getting tied early and waking early!... Well i did for 1 day... When I left the hotel this morning Chinatown seemed unrecognisable. The night markets were packed up and there was actually a road where there had not been one the night before. I wandered down and found some little market with locals buying there fruit, veg, meat, seafood and breakfast. I pick up a nice...

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Gem of the World

Mar 6, 2008 - Pangkor Island

We left Cameron Highlands on the 8am bus, stopping at Ipoh, where we got a connecting bus from there to Lumut to catch a ferry over to Pangkor Island. My (Juliet) friend Emma (Stiles) who lived in Lumut for a while a few years back had mentioned how lovely the island was, so we thought we might as well pop over! After buying a return boat ticket for 10 Ringits we got the 2.15pm boat from Lumut which took about 20 minutes to get to the island. We got a bright pink taxi from there to our hotel in Nipah Bay, which took about 15 minutes, and...

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Feb 25, 2008 - Feb 18-25 - Pulau Tioman...Well almost

We decided to hit up the east coast and venture to Tioman Island which consisted of catching various buses to the small fishing town of Mersing. Upon arrival (at 3am) we had no clue where to go & no budget to get a place to crash. So we pulled an all nighter at a local restaurant thinking we could sleep on the ferry & then the beach! We ate, drank, and played cards for as long as we could then headed to the jetty. Around 7am we met a girl from KL who was waiting for the ferry as well...however she kindly informed us that she had been...

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Sep 14, 2007 - PANGKOR ISLAND

Left KL today for Pangkor Island. We had to catch a 5hour coach ride to Lumut and then a ferry over to Pangkor. The island is really nice with monkeys and hornbills everywhere, only thing is that it is out of season so a lot of places are closed. Staying here for 4 days to sunbath and chill out.

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